Overview

Overview

 CLUBS AT CAPE

Student membership and participation in any school organization, club or activity shall be based upon meeting the standards of good citizenship and scholarship as outlined under athletic and extracurricular eligibility.

   Anti-Bullying

See Mr. Robert Maull or email: Robert.Maull@cape.k12.de.us

  Arts, Music, and Movement

See Ms. Deborah Priddy or email: Deborah.Priddy@cape.k12.de.us

   Band

The mission of after school Band activities is to enhance the musical skills through marching band, independent and group activities, along with community performances.   See Mr. Chris Burkhart or email: Christopher.Burkhart@cape.k12.de.us  Please visit our website: https://sites.google.com/site/capebands/

   Basic Leadership

The mission is to develop student leaders by discussing components of change, networking and mentoring, and helping students discover their area of passion, strengths, and best plan to accomplish goals for the future. 

  Best Buddies 

Best Buddies is a non-profit organization for those who have intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The program is meant to help forge 1-to-1 friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for those individuals who have IDD. See Margaret Haas or Lisa Thorp.  Email Margaret.Haas@cape.k12.de.us or Lisa.Thorp@cape.k12.de.us  

  Manga Book Club

To build the capacity of the library and to engage, serve and empower our students.  See Mrs. Sue McKone or email: suzanne.mckone@cape.k12.de.us

  Business Professionals of America Business Professionals of America is an organization of students pursuing careers in business, information technology and finance. The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills  See Mrs. Sharon Elzey or email: sharon.elzey@cape.k12.de.us
 

Cape Choir

Cape Chorale

The mission of after school Cape Chorale activites is to enhance the musical skills through independent and group activities along with community performances.  See Mrs. Foster or email: marian.sunnergren@cape.k12.de.us
  CHHS Cheerleaders CHHS Cheerleaders is an organization that uses the sport of cheerleading to promote the ideas of good sportsmanship, personal integrity, hard work, and team cooperation. See Molly Lingo or email: molly.lingo@cape.k12.de.us
  Chess Club Chess Club promotes strategic thinking and activity.  See Mrs. McKone in the Library - meets on Friday during Homeroom & Lunch time.  Suzanne.McKone@cape.k12.de.us
  Class of 2017 The members of the Class of 2017 seek to promote positive images of our class by encouraging class activites, hard work in the classroom, friendship, and honoring Cape Henlopen High School.  We also seek to become productive undergraduates while we are here and contributing alumni when we graduate in 2017.   See Mrs. Garvert & Mrs. Powers or email: mary.garvert@cape.k12.de.usor amy.powers@cape.k12.de.us
  Class of 2018 The members of the Class of 2018 seek to promote positive images of our class by encouraging class activities, hard work in the classroom, friendship, and honoring Cape Henlopen High School.  We also seek to become productive undergraduates while we are here and contributing alumni when we graduate in 2018. See Mrs. Springfield & Mr. Harrod or email: eileen.springfield@cape.k12.de.us or robert.harrod@cape.k12.de.us
Class of 2019

The members of the Class of 2019 seek to promote positive images of our class by encouraging class activities, hard work in the classroom, friendship, and honoring Cape Henlopen High School.  We also seek to become productive undergraduates while we are here and contributing alumni when we graduate in 2019.  See Emily Walls email: emily.walls@cape.k12.de.us or Quinn Jacobs email: quinn.jacobs@cape.k12.de.us

Class of 2020

The members of the Class of 2020 seek to promote positive images of our class by encouraging class activities, hard work in the classroom, friendship, and honoring Cape Henlopen High School.  We also seek to become productive undergraduates while we are here and contributing alumni when we graduate in 2020.  See Jennifer Hagan or email: Jennifer.Hagan@cape.k12.de.us or Ryan Ellis or email: Ryan.Ellis@cape.k12.de.us

  Club Green Club Green is a community service organization established to help our planet Earth. Since we feel actions speak louder than words, members of the club donate their time and effort through services of higher integrity (all benefiting the local environment). See Mr. Kasmer or email: Matthew.kasmer@cape.k12.de.us 
  Dance Team The mission of after school Dance Team activities is to allow our students explore their artistic talents through their participation and performances on Cape Henlopen Dance Team.  See Autumn Schneider or Chris Burkhart or email:  christopher.burkhart@cape.k12.de.us
  Debate Club Cape Henlopen's Debate Club strives to provide an environment where intellectual debates can take place. See Mr. Cerf or email: robert.cerf@cape.k12.de.us
 DECA  

Distributed Education Clubs of America (DECA) prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. See Mr. Martinez or email: Gabriel.Martinez@cape.k12.de.us

 

DRAMA

CLUB

The drama club is an extra curricular group to meet about all things theatre related.  
  Eudaimonia Cape Henlopen's Creative Writing Club is devoted to the ancient Greek ideal that creativity provides a catharsis for extreme emotions thereby allowing the individual a more grounded and stable emotional perspective in the intereste of being a positively contributing citizen of society.  
Fellowship of Christian Athletes The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is an opportunity for students to lead and unite faith and athletics to impact locally for Christ. 
  Fishing Club To learn about and explore the different types of fishing for ocean, river, lake, pond and streams.  To learn how to make and tie rigs for fresh water, salt water and learn about typing flies and building fishing rods.  Welcoming both the novice and seasoned angler. See Mr. Cerchio or email: Michael.Cerchio@cape.k12.de.us
  Friends of Cape/PBS The Friends of Cape/PBS club supports and recognizes positive behaviors while also participating in events.  Activities include Rachel's Challenge, Hungry Games, Autism Awareness, Movie Day and Field Days.  See Mr. Berman email: Greg.Berman@cape.k12.de.us or Emily Walls email: Emily.Walls@cape.k12.de.us
  Educators Rising The Educators Rising previously called Future Educators is a program to cultivate highly skilled ecuators by guiding young people on a path to becoming accomplished teachers. See Mrs. Marvel or email: Linda.marvel@cape.k12.de.us
  FCCLA FCCLA promotes personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer science education.  See Mrs. Cornell or email: jennifer.cornell@cape.k12.de.us
  French Exchange The Cape Henlopen High School French Exchange Program was established in 2005, when the first group of Cape students visited our "sister school," Lycée Jeanne d'Arc in Vitré, France. Since then, two more groups of Cape students have visited France, and two groups of French students have visited the Cape region. See Ms. Criswell or email:  holly.criswell@cape.k12.de.us
  FFA The National FFA Organization envisions a future in wh?ich all agricultural education students will discover their passion in life and build on that insight to chart the course for their educations, career and personal future.  See Ms. Valentine or email: heather.valentine@cape.k12.de.us
  GSA Gay Straight Alliance Club aims to provide an alliance between all members of the community, regardless of sexual orientation.  By building a community based on acceptances, we strive for an environment in which the personal happiness of every one person is the priority of all people.  We will attempt to foster connections between any and all diverse groups, including the myriad of personal, religious, ethnic, legal, political and educational groups with which  people may identify.  We hope to educate and to cultivate an attitutde towards others marked by a generosity of spirit and acceptance.  See Mrs. Karl, Mrs. Rhue or Mrs. Federman email: Tonya.Karl@cape.k12.de.us
  HOSA The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the students meet the needs of the health care community.   See Mrs. Sapienza or email:  Linda.Sapienza@cape.k12.de.us
  JROTC JROTC provides an opportunity for students to learn leadership and to become leaders. It also teaches patriotism and the value for community service by practicing millitary traditions and volunteering in the community. JROTC turns ordinary students into outstanding citizens. See SFC Hurt, richard.hurt@cape.k12.de.us;  1SG Webb,  philip.webb@cape.k12.de.us;  or LTC  Erale, ronald.erale@cape.k12.de.us.
  Latino Student Organization The goal of the Latin American Student Organization club is to integrate Latin American students with their multicultural peers.  The club reinforces positive self esteem along with building citizenship skills as they become a part of the Cape Henlopen family.  We aim to unite the Latino student body by hosting events about the Hispanic community and its culture.  See Mr. Lindale or email:  jerry.lindale@cape.k12.de.us
  Leo Club Leadership, Experience, and Opportunity is the LEO club mission. We focus on individual and social development, leadership and community service.  We volunteer to give back! See Mr. Connors or email:  michael.connors@cape.k12.de.us
  Mock Trial  See Mr. Evans or email Jeffrey.evans@cape.k12.de.us
  Music Boosters

The purpose of the Cape Henlopen High School Music Boosters is to lend support, both moral and financial, to the high school band & chorus programs in the Cape Henlopen school district.  Please visit our website at:  https://sites.google.com/site/capebands/boosters

 

  National Honor Society The National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character.  See Mrs. Evick or email:  carrie.evick@cape.k12.de.us
  Odyssey of the Mind The mission of Odyssey of the Mind is to provide creative problem-solving opportunities for students.  Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics.  They then bring their solutions to competition on the local, state, and World level. See Quinn Jacobs or email: quinn.jacobs@cape.k12.de.us
  CAPE ROBOTICS The mission of the Robotics Club is to help students advance their skills that they have learned in their robotics classes through participation in national high school and college robotics competitions.  See Mr. Geppert or email:   william.geppert@cape.k12.de.us
  Science Olympiad The mission of Science Olympiad is to improve the quality of science education, increasing male, female and minority interest in science, creating a technologically-literate workforce and providing recognition for outstanding achievement by both students and teachers.  These goals are achieved by participating in Science Olympiad tournaments and non-competitive events, incorporating Science Olympiad into classroom curriculum and attending teaching training institutes.  See Ms. Kernosh or Mr. Willoughby - email:  esther.kernosh@cape.k12.de.us ; or rex.willoughby@cape.k12.de.us
  Ski Club The Cape Ski and Snowboard Club is an organization committed to providing an outlet for Cape Henlopen students in the form of physical activity.  It also provides a way for students to involved themselves in Cape Henlopen High School and aims to create a community based on common interest.  This includes a necessity to form human connections and share experience with others.  Through interaction and experience with others, members of the Cape Ski and Snowboard Club have the opportunity to improve themselves physically, socially and mentally.   See Mr. Evick or email: benjamin.evick@cape.k12.de.us
  Spanish Honor Society The Spanish Honor Society is a national organization whose goals are to recognize students who have achieved excellence in the study of Spanish, as well as to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of the Hispanic culture and civiization.   See Ms. Sando or email:  tina.sando@cape.k12.de.us
  Students in Action Students In Action is a national youth recognition and reward program, designed to pass the tradition of service and volunteerism on to the next generation of young Americans. See Dr. Simon or email: joel.simon@cape.k12.de.us
  Student Government Association  

The Student Government Association (SGA) is the students' political organization here at the high school. Each class (Freshmen to Seniors) elects their officers; President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The entire student body will also elect the SGA Officers, who must be seniors. These officers will be the governing force behind student activities and concerns.  See Ms. Lambert or Mrs. Lingo.  Email:  Shirley.Lambert@cape.k12.de.us or Kate.Lingo@cape.k12.de.us

  Surf Club The Cape Surf Club is an organization commited to providing an outlet for Cape Henlopen students in the form of physical activity in our oceans.  It also provides a way for students to involve themselves in Cape Henlopen High School and aims to create a community based on common interest.  This includes a necessity to form human connections and share experience with others.  Through interaction and experience with others, members of the Cape Surf Club have the opportunity to improve themselves physically, socially and mentally.  See Mr. Evick or email:  benjamin.evick@cape.k12.de.us
  Technology Student Association The Cape Technology Student Association (TSA) is a student organization devoted to the needs of students interested in technology. TSA is supported by parents, educators, and business leaders who believe in the need for a technologically literate society.  See Mr. Griswold or email:  William.Griswold@cape.k12.de.us
  Valhalla Yearbook & Viking Ventures

The Communications & Publications Pathway is designed for students who are interested in journalism, photo-journalism, and print media.  On the Valhalla Yearbook staff, students create a quality yearbook that reflects the pictorial history of CHHS activities.  Here is the yearbook order form YEARBOOK.  See Mr. Martinez for yearbook or email: gabriel.martinez@cape.k12.de.us  

 

On the Viking Ventures Student Newspaper staff, students write their own articles for submission to the student-run newspaper (both print and online at www.CapeVikingVentures.com as well as design the layouts.  See Ms. Quinn Jacobs or email:  Quinn.Jacobs@cape.k12.de.us for Viking Ventures